From USA Today:
BURLINGTON, Vt. — Americans returning from Canada, Mexico, Bermuda and parts of the Caribbean will need more than a driver’s license to get back into the USA beginning Monday — and efforts are underway to prevent that from turning into a truck backlog at the borders.
Commercial truckers in this border state, home of one of the nation’s busiest border crossings, are among those who will be affected by the more stringent documentation requirements, the latest in a series of anti-terrorism efforts put in place after the Sept. 11, 2001 terror attacks on New York City and Washington, D.C. Their imposition fulfills one of the key recommendations of the 9/11 Commission, a blue-ribbon panel of experts convened after the attacks.
Jam that border, turn the illegals back, where’s the fence? No one in this Great land that we call The United States of America has been asked to sacrifice anything for the cause of freedom. Exception: our armed servicemen and women and their families.
My President Bush; which I voted for two times, told the citizens after 911 to “go out and spend money”, so the economy would not collapse. How is that working out for us? HuH???
Suck it up people. When Brian and I went to Alaska, we were totally prepared to wait. As a matter of fact, we were told to pull over to be inspected because we admitted to having firearms in our LandRover. They looked under our seats, glanced at our passports and sent us on our merry way. WE COULD HAVE HAD BOMBS IN OUR EQUIPMENT WHICH WAS PILED ON TOP OF OUR LOCK BOXES BEHIND OUR SEATS!!! OR EVEN IN OUR LOCK BOXES!!
But no one would ever have know, because they didn’t LOOOOOK.
We will be hit again. Where are your Victory Gardens, where is your stock pile of food? Buy some ammo instead of that big screen TV. Sacrifice something for freedom without being asked, I know you can do it, your an American.
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